Decorated with vintage travel posters of its namesake city, this two-level restaurant serves such authentic Cuban specialties on the cheap, such as roast-pork sandwiches and chicken slowly cooked in Spanish sauce. If you are driving through South Florida, chances are you'll see multiple billboards on I-95 pointing you to this no-frills South Florida institution. Lunch and dinner dishes are enhanced by the requisite black beans and rice. Open 24 hours, this friendly place attracts a late-night crowd. The popular walk-up window serves strong Cuban coffee (often awarded the best in Palm Beach County), sugary fried churros, and fruit juices in exotic flavors like mamey, mango, papaya, guava, and guanabana.
May 13, 2011
I was really worry about going in there for my first time because I am not very familiar with their food, but I got a real suprise, I could not stop eating, it was great, I had the oxtail recomended plate by my friend and let me tell you I could have it everyday, interesting the waiter new exactly how the plate was made so it was very impresive to have someone describing what's in it and how do they make it, I love it is a definitely a place that
I will recomend to my friends, I will be back.
Dec 28, 2007
As snow birds we eat out regularly and this is one of our main stays. Good food pleasant service and very reasonable prices. We introduce all of our friends to Havana. Most would not have tried it.